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employee uses a key to go into a house and immediately does exactly what he's there to do, test a smoke detector. the testing is requirement for ocean city homes being rentsed or sold. but a home security camera then captured that man opening the refrigerator and taking a look inside. he's seen taking out a bottle and goes back into the frigid appearing to put something else in his pocket along with the bottle. sources say this man is the stepson of ocean city mayor. nbc 10 obtained the video recorded last month through an open public records request after it ended up in the hands of city officials. he is no longer employed by resort but as a result of the video police say they've now launched a review to cross reference recent theft cases with other homes where he inspected smoke detectors. >> to find out if there's any incidents that have been
reported at these locations. >> reporter: police would only agree to do a recorded interview if it wasn't on camera. i reached out to the mayor and city business administrator as well, both said they could not discuss personnel issues. we don't know if the man resign or fired. in the video he's also seen going upstairs, comes back down a minute later then leaves the house police tell me they are not specifically investigating the incident captured on camera and say the who owns the house told them he's satisfied with how the city handled the matter administratively. >> the homeowner requested there's no further investigation done by the police department and any theft that may have occurred in that residence. >> reporter: unable to reach him for comment police tell me they want to hear from anyone who believes something suspicious may have happened during a smoke detector inspection and the same
goes for visits by cleaning companies or utility workers. live in our jersey shore bureau i'm ted greenberg, nbc 10 news. now to your first alert weather, we went from soggy really to sunny today. this is how it looked in center city during a pretty dreary morning. the sun came up but temperatures are about to drop. >> glenn "hurricane" schwartz is joining us with the details on a freeze warning. >> the first thing you need the clear skies. we've got that across much of the area. the last place to clear out cape may a live shot here. still have some clouds but going to end the day with a little bit of sunshine. plenty much sunshine out here just outside the station. look how blue that sky is, just spectacular looking. but we have colder air coming in and a freeze warning is in effect for some of these northern and counties. lehigh valley, upper bucks, temperature is getting close to the freezing mark.
we won't be seeing widespread freezing temperatures, widespread damage. we may see more of the freezing temperatures tomorrow night as the wind goes calm. for tonight, temperatures and all that cool to start off with, it's in the upper 50s, 63 degrees in philadelphia. that's the warmest it's been all day. and so it's going to take a while for the temperature to go down but look at it, between 7:00 and 10:00, while the phillies are playing we go from the 50s down to the 40s. take a coat with you if you're headed to the game. more on when we'll start warming up from this and yes some 70s onto way. the seven day forecast in a few minutes. right now at 5:00 a guilty plea in a hit-and-run that killed a toddler last year. shanika mason will spend two to five years as part of her deal.
the toddler was killed by a passing suv. mason ran over the victim a second time as she drove away. police in new jersey have arrest ad high school teacher for allegedly asking a student to bring in nude pictures of herself and that's not all. edmund harman is a teacher at notre dame high school in lawrence township. he allegedly fondled and kissed a student during a classroom meeting. bail was set at $150,000. we have new video here of two 18-year-old women accused of robbing the five below in the store center city and stabbing an employee. police say they shoplifted were followed outside by an employee when the worker tried to get the items back. she was stabbed in the neck and back with knives. we spoke with shoppers in disbelief. >> very surprised. any store around here because the police are usually out here all the time. >> police didn't release any
swans video. we found out the employee who was stabbed is okay. the nazareth mayor stole money from a local fire company. he was president of that fire company for 27 years. the fire company's currents president said the money was taken from the nonprofit social club not the fire department itself. elsewhere a march through the streets of atlantic city. their mission? to express support for a bill that helps ac recover without destroying union contracts. dozens of people marched through the rain at lufrmg time and went straight to city hall and the mayor. >> there is not a single union representing employees in atlantic city that has not come
to the table and willing to make hair cuts. pennsylvania high schools are closer to having the life-saving medication narcane at their disposal. the application process has begun. narcan counters the effect of a heroin overdose. it's a real problem for us. it's epidemic. we got to address it dispassionately and look at it as the real health problem that it is. >> governor wolf says heroin addiction begins with prescription pain killers. he says when the prescription runs occupant some users look for a cheap alternative in heroin. today nbc 10 helped bring awareness to our area's drug problem through a town hall event. this comes after our exclusive
look at the heroin problem in our country. many experts argued jail is not the answer. instead they advocate for more treatment and awareness. among the experts speaking at today's event the director of national drug policy. he spoke about his own struggle. >> i have to say on a personal note i've been in recovery for a very long time and i've been doing this work for a very long time but i watched this incredible reporting and we all can't be helped to be moved, moved by tragedy thecof this epidemic. >> the town hall discussion stemmed from our generation addiction special. an nbc 10 digital exclusive. tap the nbc 10 to read our comprehensive coverage. right now at 5:00 a local college commencement will feature a high-profile speaker. students graduating from delaware state university next month will hear a speech from the vice president of the united
states. the school announced today vice president joe biden will deliver the commencement address to the class 2016. vice president last deliver a speech back in 2003 when of he was delaware's senior senator. two sides are at odd of transgender rights. a new jersey school district is caught in the middle. >> here to represent parents who are afraid to come here because of people like you. >> how this debate has toledo a battle over the bathroom. plus are you guilty? thousands of drivers still get pulled over every year for texting while driving. local leaders have a new plan to make violators pay. it was equal pay on the minds of women across the country. how they are fighting to close the wage gap. that's next on nbc 10 news at 5:00. this change in attitude
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in the previous year. in pennsylvania the median income for a woman is around $40,000 compared to 50,000 for men. pennsylvania has the worst gender gap of all three states. delaware ranks 19th. new jersey 21 and pennsylvania ranks 25th. president obama marked equal payday by designating a new national monument in washington, d.c. nbc news national correspondent edward lawrence gives us a closer look at the issue from washington. >> reporter: women's national soccer matches can be just as exciting as men but a lawsuit by five members of the u.s. women's soccer team highlight the salary gap many women find in the work lays. women soccer players say they are paid than half of what the men get if they make the world cup tournament. today president obama says american women need equality in pay and think it republican congress for paying to act on
pay inequality bills. >> your work should be rewarded whether you're a man or a woman. >> reporter: the data shows a wide gap in pay. for example a female financial manager will make 33% less than her male counterpart. a woman accountant will make 19% less. and for a manager in a retail sales a woman would be short changed by 25%. on average women make 79 cents on the dollar compared to men. >> they want the whole damn there are and they are right. >> there's no discounts for being a woman. groceries don't cost us less. rent doesn't cost us less. so why should we be paid less? >> reporter: senate republicans say democrats are trying to make political. >> today is equal payday and this is not a partisan issue. >> reporter: activists want action now. >> at this point now we've reached a breaking point. >> reporter: the wage inequality
varies by state. the gap is less in washington, d.c. and new york city and largest in louisiana and utah. edward lawrence, nbc news, washington. a north jersey school district will allow students to use rest rooms based on their gender identity. >> fear mongering. >> heated meeting was held last night. 100 people showed up where officials approved the new policy by 6-1 vote. there was no shortage of opinions on either side either. >> my daughter is upset. she doesn't want to have to think about having boys in her locker room. >> that should be the expectation and not the exception to the rule. >> one school board member expects lawsuits to be filed against the school district.
decision 2016 coverage, republican presidential candidate donald trump is now in pennsylvania. he's speaking to supporters in pittsburgh right now ahead of the state's april 26th primary. it is trump's first visit to pennsylvania since announcing his bid for the white house. we're three and a half months away from the democratic national convention in philadelphia. today the city hosted members of the media from around the country at the wells fargo center. the mayor said everything is right on track for the event. the convention begins july 25th and runs through the 28th. the latest poll shows democratic front-runner hillary clinton opening up a double digit lead ahead of next week's new york. the nbc news "wall street journal" maris poll puts clinton ahead of bernie sanders. in they favor donald trump over john kasich. ted cruz trails with 18% of likely voters. late this afternoon republican house speaker paul ryan put to rest speculation that he could end up with his
party's nomination. ryan told the republican national committee he doesn't want the nomination and he said if it came down to it he would also refuse to accept i want. >> if no candidate has a majority in the first ballot i believe that you should only choose from a person who has actually participated in the primary. count me out. >> ryan's comes as a contested convention for the republicans seem more likely. front-runner donald trump may have a hard time winning the necessary delegates to clinch the nomination. today nbc 10 has learned there will be a public memorial for former flyers chairman ed snider. jim rosenfield joining us us from our digital operations center on how the public is remembering ed snider. >> reporter: funeral arrangements aren't released. there will be a public service as well at some point. those details haven't been finalized. we'll you posted.
in the meantime as the region prepares to say good-bye to ed snider personal stories about how he touched lives are pouring in and not just from flares. you may have had the conversation with your neighbor or co-worker and at 97.5 the host took a stream of calls from honoring ed snider for what he did. >> talk about a home opener for the phillies and playoffs for the flyers and most of the calls are regarding ed snider. which tells you a lot about him. >> it's not about pro hockey. his youth hockey foundation also a big part of his legacy. we'll hear from a mom who said it made all the difference for her son. we'll has along that information about public memorial just as soon as it comes in. live in digit operations center, jim rosenfield, nbc 10 news. well we started the day with
rain all over the place. we're ending the day off with sunshine over just about the entire area. that's setting us up for a possible freeze today in parts of the area. close to 32 degree mark. we got a stretch of dry days here. good time to wash the car because you don't have to worry about rain for a while. and the 70s, they are going to be returning. take a few days before that happens. it's not happening in the next few days the phillies are still getting pretty fortunate with the weather. compared to what we saw this weekend. 63 degrees right now, the within 17, gusting to 23 miles per hour. generally out of the north and that, of course, is what is starting to cool us off. we were only 50 on sunday after 43 saturday. 69 degrees yesterday. so far 63 in philadelphia today but dropping down a little bit wednesday.
temperature little bit below average rest of the week even with fair amount of sunshine. going to take a while before 70s come back. 59 in chester springs. in quakertown. blew bell, reading, lancaster 56. these temperatures will be dropping fairly quickly but there's too much wind for them to be dropping to their potential. it's still 60 degrees in millville but only 53 in beach haven where it has been cloudy all day and it's just start to clear up right now. the wind still 15 to 20 miles per hour in parts of the area. 21 mile-per-hour sustained wind in reading. that wind has to get down close to 5 miles per hour before we see the temperature drop to, again, it's potential. and look how it drops by 11:00, 46 degrees. kind of cool for the phillies
fans out there. there's the freeze warning for the counties north and west and that includes berks county, lehigh, upper montgomery counties and we may see freeze warnings tomorrow night as well. may be colder in some of those suburbs as the wind goes dead calm. last of the clouds right at the shore. the rest of the area, you're pretty much seeing sunshine after all of that rain. this is where it started. 5:00 this morning. and went right through, heavy at times. here comes the clearing. and now we're left with a lot of dry air over much of the country and that's going with us for many days to come. now philly's weather is quite different than yesterday. the wind was blowing out to left. tonight it's going to be blowing more left to right. going to be cooler, also, obviously, night fall compared
to the sunshine yesterday. makes it a little harder for the ball to get hit out of the park. 56 degrees at 7:00. and then we're dropping. into the 40s by the end of the game. take a coat with you if you're headed there especially if you're just sitting in the stands and not playing the game. temperatures dropping into the 30s in some areas by midnight. by morning you can see we're down to 32, allentown, pottstown 31 in reading. similar temperatures tomorrow night if not a little bit lower. possible freeze north and west with temperatures near the freezing mark. tomorrow a lot of sunshine. a bit on the cool side for this time of the. upper 50s, not a lot of wind. the wind will be generally off the ocean for the rest of the week. that will prevent the temperature from going up very much until saturday, 64 trees and then 72 sunday. 78 degrees on monday.
>> in the past a 15 minutes the pennsylvania senate pass ad bill legalizing medical marijuana. the senate passed the bill 42-7. supporters expect a final house vote tomorrow. house republican spokesman however gave no promise the lower chamber would quickly pass that bill. governor tom wolf is expect to sign the bill. even this it could take two years to set up the necessary system of regulations and dispen sears. $5 million a check wawa hand delivered to the children's hospital of philadelphia today wawa also opened up a new wawa volunteer center. a new benefit ral cart called the coffee and care cart will roll around the hospital. wawa has ported the hospital for the past 160 years. if you have potholes in your neighborhood. think again. people saw this road collapse
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room. mother nature stormed into texas with an intense hail storm yesterday. hail cracked through windows and into this home outside of dallas. smashing windows, damaging furniture. here's a closer look at that softball size hail. barely fits in this woman's hand. take a look what it did to the side of this apartment building. hail punctured holes right through the outside wall. broke several windows. there are several people hurt here with minor injuries mainly from broken glass. i want you to see this too. someone captured the moment that a sinkhole opened up in the middle of a california street. a section of the road collapsed in a city near flows. recent rains caused the sinkhole but can't be sure. no one was hurt but the road is closed until crews can make repairs. authorities dropped some charges against a ukrainian man who posed as a harrisburg high school student. johnson county prosecutors dropped charges of identity theft and conspiracy against
arthur samron. he's facing a sexual assault charge. he had sex with a 15-year-old girl while pretending to be a high school students. prosecutors dropped a more serious charge of involuntary deviant sexual intercourse in exchange for him waiving his preliminary hearing. >> certainly motivating factor for a lot of people to plea guilty to statutory sexual assault rather than have the other charge hanging over their head. >> the judge decided to keep his bail at $240,000. text and driving is a dumb thing to do and in dwir it can get more expensive if you get caught. i'm tim furlong on the road with details. we're following breaking details of this school bus crash in north philadelphia. nbc 10 is live on the scene. we'll have an update on what happened and the students who were hurt. that's next at 5:00.
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accident investigators still want to take a look what they are checking out right now. the school bus, i'm told no one was 2019 cars that were hit by this bus. i just talked to police in the last couple of. they told me that this bus was apparently coming down diamond street and hypothetical those two cars unattended. you can see one of the cars in between the suv and school bus took most of the damage. this happened right in front of diamond pharmacy on diamond street and the intersection of van pelt street. i also was told none of the other children on the bus were hurt at this time. those kids went to the hospital for treatment. they are doing fine and will be fine for the evening. now trying to get more information from police. any other information i'll have i'll relay that to you at the top of 6:00. so see you in about 30 minutes. reporting live i'm brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. now are you guilty? thousands of drivers get pulled over every year for texting
while driving. some say the on way to stop it is through people's wallets. >> they want to increase the punishment for texting and driving. tim furlong has more. >> reporter: do you ever do it? >> no, i don't. >> reporter: some say they don't do it and others -- >> yes i have done it and it's not good at all. >> reporter: they say they do text while driving but in dover a new bipartisan bill has a lot of support. it would double the cost of your first texting citation from 50 to 100. next offense goes from $200 to $300. after the first offense you're getting points on your license which means hello insurance hike. >> that's a little testy but gets parents to talk to the kids. that's heavy handed. but to me this is a safety issue. >> reporter: delaware said over the last five full calendar years they average 3800 cell
phone violations each year and the local police departments say that's a lot of citations. not everyone has gotten the message. every where you look at the roads you see texters and talkers. lisa has the faste jefest thumb. >> even if you think you're sending like a really quick text your eyes are down for long enough someone hits the brake or you're just not expecting it, you'll have a. >> reporter: in dover, tim furlong, nbc 10 news. >> $1 fine would give delaware the second highest penalty for texting while driving. in pennsylvania the sfienfine i. new jersey has the toughest fine. they can be fined from $200 to $400 for a first offense. the sun is shining out there now. but look what it was like
earlier. we started the day on a dreary note. the umbrellas were out in full force this morning. >> the sun warmed things up a little bit but brace yourself for a while cold evening. >> glenn "hurricane" schwartz is here. glenn a freeze warning. >> for parts of the area fit doesn't get down to freezing there tonight likely to do it tomorrow night so you can bring in the plants from outdoors in the areas. i'll show you in just a minute. pretty good weather for baseball tonight. although a little bit chilly so want to bring some kind of jacket. certainly not going to rain. look how the skies have cleared. almost all the way to the shore and the sun has come out during the afternoon as expected. this is the area with the freeze warning and generally northern-western portions of our area. northern chester, upper montgomery, bucks, lehigh valley and berks county.
temperatures near the freezing points. not expecting a disastrous freeze but we're going to be rights on the edge tonight. current temperatures still in the mid-to-upper 50s north and west. 63 degrees in philadelphia. warmest all day. throu through the night tonight temperatures will drop. we'll see how cold it will get over the next couple of days and when it will warm up. back to the 70s with the seven day forecast in a few minutes. right now at 5:00, school district is proposing the closure of two of its schools. most students will be notified a new elementary school under construction. the closures still need to be approved by the school board. new problems, those for some charter schools in philadelphia. today the state auditor said charter schools run by the school district have
insufficient staffing and resources. thor believes the charter school office is too small to oversee so many schools. the superintendent said there's a problem with the way charters are funded by the district. more educational opportunities could be onto way for young people in delaware. the governor announced legislation that would expand scholarships that provide two years of free college to delaware students. the seed program stands for students excellence equal degree. it's available to in state students who graduate and maintain a minimum 2.5 gp. teenagers looking for jobs have another place to turn. applications are being accepted from people between 14 and 20. to more breaking news. skies force 10 live in north philadelphia this time on the saechb c-- scene of a carjackin.
police aren't sure just yet if that driver was shot, attacked. the suspect took off in that vehicle. police are nearby surveillance vehicles. we'll continue to follow this breaking news. in the meantime philadelphia has a new fire and prisons commission per. the mayor made the announcement today at city hall. kenny appointed adam field as fire commission. lance carney will take the top job in the prison system.2mq >> in the last eight years there's been a serious problem in our department. >> the fire commissioner was abby mayor michael nutter. lemon laws may protect motorcycle buyers. the house is expected to vote on
legislation to protect buyers. those lemon laws require a manufacturer to replace a faulty vehicle or give the buy ear full refund. the bill already passed unanimously in the senate back in january. next on nbc 10 news at 5:00 new video shows what happened just minutes before a former nfl player was shot and killed. and what's lurking in the sand at the jersey shore? the bizarre items found at beaches all over the state.
we have new surveillance video that appears to show the accident that led to the deadly shooting of former new orleans saints player will smith. it shows a silver suv rear earneding a hummer at a red light before both drive off. the vehicles match those driven by smith and the man accused of killing him. jay gray has the new details.
>> reporter: this restaurant surveillance video just leased shows a vehicle that looks like will smith's mercedes suv bumping a hummer driven his defense attorney said by kordell haynes. as the hummer pulls to the side the silver suv drives off and the hummer follows. minutes later shots rang out two blocks away. >> male down with six gunshot wounds to the chest. >> reporter: theü;ejá scenario by haynes attorney who says he was not the agreeceor. >> i believe the evidence will support my client is legally not guilty. >> reporter: haynes attorney asked a judge to make sure all ballistic evidence in the case is preserved suggesting there may have been another gun here at the scene. >> i believe that when the new orleans police department reeverything they learned that you all will have a different depression of this case than that that's been created thus far. >> reporter: he said witness accounts of the deadly shooting
will blow the lid off of this case. >> witnesses i have talked to and the stories that they have given me is completely and consistent with what was reported initially by the police. >> reporter: the police investigation continues as the city continues to mourn the loss of one of its heroes. jay gray, nbc 10 news. >> next on nbc 10 news at 5:00, septa riders got a pleasant surprise today. why this guy was giving out free tokens. and on nbc 10 news at 6:00, fly eagles fly. a majestic bird story of survival in our area.
♪ whether you're a florida-georgia fan or toby keith fan or a music fan you want to here that country is returning to atlantic city's beach this summer. those are just two acts going to perform as parts of a larger concert series. this comes after the casino board approved a deal with live nation to bring events to ac for the next three summers. when you go the beach there are certain items you expect to find, maybe sea shells or sea weed. >> a volunteer group found much more than they bargained for while cleaning the jersey shore. beach goers left behind a lot of not so typical items. everything from a to a mattress, a toilet and a sink. other items include bottle of wine and beer keg and head
scratchers like a rubber brain as well as birth control pills. in all the clean ocean action environmental group collected more than 332,000 pieces of debris. the group says they had hoped that they would have cleaned beaches naturally by now but it seems to be moving in the wrong direction. as the saying goes one man's trash is another man's treasure. here you can see two mosaics made of the trash collected from the jersey shore. one is the poseidon the other is a mermaid. >> free septa coins. >> the giveaway is happening right now and will last to 6:30 at nut and locust station. >> free tokens. on the house. >> look for the guy there in the blue shirt at the center city station. mcdonald's is promoting the money, monopoly game and giving away real money.
in total $,000 in free rides and $3,000 in free parking. got to love that music. the international olympic committee held its final meeting in rio de janeiro today ahead of the olympic games in august. the pressure is on to iron out many details before the start of the games. the ioc says it has no doubt the city will be ready to go. the countdown is on the 2016 olympics. look at that. the opening ceremony begins in 115 days, one hour and 12 minutes. we're also counting down to the blue cross broad street run. you have one final chance to run the ten mile down broad street. nbc 10 is giving away two bibbs for the race which is sunday, may 1st. enter the sweepstakes by going to nbc 10, clicking onto contest tab.
on may 1st we'll broadcast the entire race from start to finish. yeah the next few days will be pretty good conditions to run a race. and then it's going to start to get pretty warm. we have a freeze tonight so a big contrast between 63 degrees now and freezing temperatures tonight. a stretch of dry weather, several days worth all the way through the weekend most likely and 70s will be returning before the weekend is over. look at the clear skies in philadelphia now. what a change from what we saw this morning. 63 degrees. the winds north-northwest at 17 gusting to 23 miles per hour, and that wind is bringing in the colder air. you can see the temperature really hasn't dropped a whole lot in much of the area. upper 50s to near 60, 63 in philadelphia. that's the high temperature for
the day on a cool spot, atlantic city, of course it's been chilly there all day because it's been cloudy there all and raining much of the day. there's the northwest wind and it still is fairly strong 15 to 20 miles per hour in parts of the area and the wind is going to have to really diminish for the temperature to go down to its ultimate goal. and you can see the temperature just dropping hour by hour. down to 46 degrees in the 30s by the time you get up tomorrow morning. it was in the low 60s this morning. low 30s tomorrow morning. 30 degrees colder than this morning. quite a difference. here's the freeze warning the areas north and west, may have another one of these for tomorrow night. and that includes berks county, lehigh valley, upper montgomery county, northern chester county as temperatures get lose to 32 degrees. it's not going to stay there for
hours so not a real disastrous freeze. you can see the clear skies coming way towards the shore and the rain, that is long gone. so now we look to the west. not much going on. couple little showers near minnesota, but that's about it. no showers for the phillies tonight or for the rest of the week. some pretty good fortune with the weather for the phillies first home stand. the wind tonight blowing from the left field corner to the right field corner and blowing out yesterday and that actually helped one of those home runs getting out of the park. but it's not to help a whole lot tonight. the cooler air does not allow the ball to travel quite as far and it's really going to get colder. you want to take a jacket if you're headed to the game. in the 40s by the end of the game. you can see the chilly air hangs in here for the rest of the week. little bit below average temperatures and then we start to warm up and by sunday, yeah,
we're in the warm air and monday that is the peak of it. unseasonably warm weather coming on sunday. we go through the night tonight again we have possible freeze north and west, just barely down to 32 degrees. tomorrow, cooler than average, despite all that sunshine. not a lot of within, though. then seven day forecast, thursday and friday, a lot like tomorrow. then saturday we start warming up. sunday is really warm at 72. monday 78. what a change from this past weekend. >> glenn, thank you very much. lester holt joins us now. >> good evening. what's coming up on "nightly news". >> ahead for us this tuesday house speaker paul ryan makes a big about the republican presidential race. we'll have more on that. show you the new surveillance video showing the death of will
smith. and new crash results you may want to see when we see you back here at 6:30. back to you. >> thank you. look forward to all that and more. if the stanley cup wasn't reason enough flyers have new motivation as they get ready to enter playoff. >> it's been 41 years since the flyers won a stanley cup. how badly would the flyers like to win another one in honor much ed snider. coming up at 6:00 remembrance and respect, the ceremony to honor a service
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10 continues to remember ed snider, the flyers founder who died yesterday at the age of 83. ing tonight we're waiting for details about a memorial but the flyers are hoping to honor ed snider in their own way. >> the quest for a playoff on thursday. >> reporter: this will be the first flyers game in the 50 year history of the team played without the founder and chairman ed snider. the players were back onto ice today for their first practice since ed passed away yesterday.
here they are, they will wear a patch or something on their uniforms to honor ed. the players said they have been playing for ed this season. they have been one of the best teams in the eastern conference over the last few months while ed had been battling cancer. the players are dedicating their season to ed snider. we all know how hard we'll be playing for him. it will give us that extra motivation. we were playing for him to get in the playoffs and we're happy he was able to see that and now going to the playoff series we'll play for him and dedicate this playoff to him and i it's one thing he wanted was for the flyers to win the stanley cup so we'll try to go out there and do that for him. >> reporter: the players lost the father of their franchise, the face of the franchise but they want to win another stanley cup in honor of ed snider. i'm john clark. we'll have more coming up at 6:20. coming up next on nbc 10
news at 6:00, be careful what you say. new jersey transit could be listening. why they are recording your conversations on train. >> i'm tracking a freeze warning and then a big warm up. how soon temperatures could near 80 in pi exclusive nbc 10 first alert forecast. we're following breaking news. students injured after a school bus crash in philadelphia. we're live on the scene next on nbc 10 news at 6:00.
students injured when a school buses in philadelphia. good evening i'm jacqueline london. >> i'm jim ]iññrrosenfield. sky force 10 had the first eyes on the scene in north philadelphia and nbc 10 brandon hudson was the first reporter there as well and joining us live. what have you learned? >> reporter: i can tell you that police say the school bus driver is responsible for this crash. you can see behind me the school bus is still here but a crew is clearing out the scene. we just spoke to one of the car owners. she was at work. heard about the crash and saw her car was one of the cars hit. it happened about 4:00 this afternoon when the crash happened. a school bus driver came down diamond and hit two parked cars. no one was in those cars during the time of the crash. two children onto bus went to hospital to be treated minor
injuries. the crash happened right in front of diamond pharmacy. 15 minutes ago one of the car owners walked over to us and told us about this crash. >> my co-worker was looking out the window and stated there was a car accidents. i looked out and had to focus it was my vehicle. when i came outside i noticed the school bus ran into the back of my vehicle and my vehicle hit the other car. >> reporter: no one is facing charges. police are working to get this part of diamond street re-topped traffic. live in north philadelphia i'm brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. tonight there is a void in philadelphia's heart. the entire city morning loss of ed snider. him. we go live to the wells fargo center. >> reporter: ed sniderl